At the very least, in terms of quality and functionality, the OnePlus 9 Pro is a bonafide flagship phone that can hold its own against the greatest Android phones now available.
In terms of market share, though, it will remain a niche gadget for a select number of Android enthusiasts seeking a particular level of elegance.
Design of the Oneplus 9 Pro’s hardware and its support for 5G
The OnePlus 9 Pro’s physical design is the company’s most seamless and attractive to date.
Of course, it’s massive. I can barely hold it in one hand because it has a 6.7-inch screen that spans the entire width of the device.
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What’s striking to me is how far OnePlus has progressed in terms of design and build quality.
There are no seams between the glass on the front and rear and the metal rail on the edges.
It’s gorgeous, balanced, and rock-solid all at the same time.
BATTERY POWER AND CHARGING
OnePlus’ proprietary charging technique is the most notable feature.
The phone comes with a 65W charger, which charges the phone incredibly quickly.
As a bonus, the phone’s 4,500mAh battery can be charged twice as fast thanks to the battery being split in half!
OnePlus’ new Warp Charge 50 wireless charger is available for an extra $69 if desired.
Although it charges wirelessly at 25W, it’s charging at 50W because of the divided battery.
Landscape mode will also work if you place your phone on the charger.
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It took 45 minutes to fully recharge the phone from dead.
The ONEPLUS 9 PRO SCREEN
After wireless charging, the OnePlus 9 Pro’s 6.7-inch screen is the most notable feature.
As with Samsung, OnePlus uses an LTPO form of OLED, which is more power-efficient and allows the firm to set the refresh rate more precisely than traditional OLED displays.
Screen refresh rates can range from 120Hz to 1Hz, depending on the content being displayed.
According to OnePlus, the screen’s touch reaction rate is now referred to as “Hyper Touch,” and it runs at 360Hz for some games, despite my doubts that this makes much of a difference for players.
The screen resolution of 1440 x 3216 at a pixel density of 525 pixels per inch is more significant.
It’s possible to keep the high-resolution display running while simultaneously using a high-refresh-rate panel. However, I didn’t reduce the resolution or refresh rate because I didn’t care about the battery life on this high-end phone.
Sony’s flagship camera, the ONEPLUS 9 PRO, has arrived.
OnePlus phones have been plagued by poor camera quality up until lately, so I won’t go into too much detail here.
Another reason to avoid this pitfall is that looking at images taken by two phones that otherwise appear and operate similarly is typically the most straightforward method to compare them.
This is all something OnePlus is aware of, and they intend to use the OnePlus 9 Pro as direct competition — or at the very least a credible alternative — to the best Samsung and even Apple have to offer.
So it called in a ringer, which is a common tactic for challenger businesses.
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Oxygen 11 and ONEPLUS 9 PRO PERFORMANCE are still available.
The camera on an Android phone is frequently the most distinguishing feature, but that doesn’t mean it’s the most important to everyone.
It is the best Android phone I’ve used this year when I’m not pixel-peeping photographs.
It’s a fantastic show.
The optical in-screen fingerprint sensor, which is speedy and doesn’t appear to be affected by lighting conditions, is very impressive to me.
Version 11 of OxygenOS is now available for the OnePlus One.
The startup has taken Samsung’s idea of sliding content down to meet your thumb and put in support for an always-on ambient display to its new phone.
OnePlus has learnt its lesson about how frustrating it can be to have apps close too often in the background, and it shows in the smooth animations.
What About Final Verdict!
A “flagship killer” is not what the OnePlus 9 Pro is.
There are no words to describe it. It’s the best of the best.
This is a premium phone that offers many promises, even if it is less expensive than its top-tier competitors.
It mostly lives up to expectations.
Despite the company’s small market share, OnePlus has built a long enough track record to earn its place in the smartphone industry’s hall of fame.
The OnePlus 9 Pro isn’t necessarily better than the ordinary OnePlus 9, which Allison Johnson tested.
The OnePlus 9 Pro costs $240 less than the ordinary version, but you’ll miss out on a telephoto lens, OIS, mmWave 5G, and a little larger screen, which are all features that justify the Pro’s existence.